Monthly Archives: January 2016

D is for Developer

by Carly Shuler
January 19, 2016

Last month, we released Getting a Read on the App Stores, a market scan of literacy apps aimed at young children. We are thrilled to share this commentary from former Cooney Center fellow Carly Shuler, who is the co-founder and CEO of Kindoma, whose apps connect families through video and storytelling. They are currently in […]

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Five Questions Everyone Should Ask Before Choosing Early Literacy Apps

by Barbara Culatta, Kendra Hall-Kenyon, Gary Bingham
January 7, 2016

Developing solid reading and writing skills are critical to children’s success in all learning activities and can be a determining factor for their success in life.  There are thousands of apps claiming to help support early literacy, but few—if any—have any research to support their claims. Selecting effective early literacy apps requires attention to more […]

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